FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol, a method of transferring files over the Internet. To upload files via FTP, you will need a special program called an FTP client. FileZilla is a free and reliable FTP client. You can download it here: https://filezilla-project.org/download.php?type=client
The FileZilla documentation can be found here:
Of course, you are free to use a different FTP client if you choose. To connect to an FTP server, you need the following information:
To publish a website using FTP:
Connect to your subscription on the amberit.org server with an FTP client program, using your FTP account username and password.
Enable the passive mode if you are behind a firewall. Refer to your FTP client documentation to learn how to enter passive mode.
Upload the files and directories of your site to the
httpdocs directory. If you use CGI scripts, place them in the
Close your FTP session.
If on your website are working several developers or others that would need access to an FTP account. You can also set up additional FTP accounts this is recommended if you are collaborating on website content with other users or developers. For more information, see the knowledgebase on How to add a additional ftp accounts on www.amberit.org shared hosting